Current Affairs
How will trade to and from the UK be affected after March?

As from 30 March 2019, the UK will no longer remain a member state of the European Union, and therefore, imports and exports to and from the UK will need to be covered by a Customs declaration in the electronic systems.

In a statement, Customs appealed to operators who will be affected by this to register with the department and obtain an Economic Operator Registration Identification Number (EORI) by sending an email on [email protected] or by phoning 25685121.

The operators are also urged to apply for training about the use of the National Import System and the National Export System by filling in the necessary forms and sending an email to [email protected] The applications need to be submitted by 18 February 2019.

More information can be obtained from https://customs.gov.mt/bus/economic-operators-registration-identification

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